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The Guelph CPA currently offers the following formats for teams and players of all abilities;
- Team handicap of 23 prevents team stacking and the trademarked handicapped system allows players of all abilities to compete on an equal basis. Each year our top teams travel to Las Vegas to complete in the APA National Team Championships.
- Team handicap of 23 prevents team stacking and the trademarked handicapped system and the APA"s unique ball counting scoring format allows all players to have an equal chance to win each and every match they play. Each year our top teams travel to Las Vegas to compete in the APA National Team Championships.
- This format is where teams compete in both 8-ball and 9-ball on the same night. A very popular format for players who have a busy schedule.
- Build the best team you can and compete with the best players in the area. There is no team handicap for this division. Plyaers compete in both 8-Ball and 9-Ball in the same match in this format similiar to that used in the US Amateur Championships. Each year our best teams and players travel to Las Vegas to compete against the best the APA has to offer at the APA National Team Championships.
- Similar to the Masters format, this division uses the same rules as the Masters format but it is only open to skill level 5 and under. It gives the lower skilled players a chance to compete in a different format. The top team will receive to the APA National Team Championships.
As the name entails this division is for Ladies only and is actually one of oour more popular divisions for new players coming into the league. This division plays 8-Ball and competes in teams of 5 with 3 playing in each match. he total team handicap is such that ladies of all abilities can play and win and actually favors the new or beginning player. Each year our top Ladies team travels to Las Vegas to compete in the APA National Team Championships
- this division is for kids ages 7 and up and who aren't old enough to complete in one of the adult divisions. This division plays approximately one Saturday a month and the kids get 30 minutes of instruction and then two matches using the 9-ball format. A ratio of 1 adult to 4 kids provides really solid instruction and builds a foundation for players to learn the game of pool and have a great time. In addition, a lucky few f our Junior members may get to go to the APA Junior Championships currently held in Iowa.
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